Pink’s Sydney and Brisbane shows rescheduled, but your tickets are still valid

Pink was forced to postpone shows at Sydney after falling ill on the Australian leg of her world tour. Photo: AAPInternational pop megastar Pink has been released from hospital after treatment for a gastric virus that forced the postponement of shows on her Australian tour earlier this week.

The American singer’s Beautiful Trauma world tour was due to hit Sydney on Friday but she cancelled the first show on doctor’s orders.

Live Nation Entertainment announced Wednesday that the tour would resume in Sydney on Saturday, August 11, with scheduled performances at Qudos Bank Arena.

Meanwhile, performances scheduled for Thursday, August 9, will be postponed until September, after Pink returns from a New Zealand tour in coming weeks.

Live Nation said Pink would take the days before August 11 to recuperate on doctors orders.

The cancelled August 3 show has been rescheduled for August 24, while Pink’s performance set for August 6 has been moved to September 17.

Shows booked for August 7 and August 9 have been moved to September 18 and September 19 respectively.

A show booked at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre for Thursday, August 23, has been moved to August 22as a result of the postponements at Sydney.

The entertainment company said patrons’ tickets were still valid for the rescheduled dates in Sydney and Brisbane and did not need to be exchanged.

Patrons who are unable to attend on their nominated rescheduled Sydney or Brisbane show date may exchange their tickets for an earlier date in that city, while dates permit.

P!nk and Live Nation apologised for the inconvenience to ticket holders due to the need to the change of tour dates.

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